Abominations of Yondo is a collaboration between Cousin Silas and Kevin Busby, presented by Earthrid. The music on this album was inspired by the writings of Clark Ashton Smith, and is named after one of his most atmospheric tales.
Clark Ashton Smith wrote ornately worded tales of fantasy, mostly during the 1930s. Much of his work was originally published in the influential "pulp" fiction magazine Weird Tales
, and he shared some themes and mythologies with his correspondent and fellow teller of weird tales, H. P. Lovecraft (himself the subject of a track on the Cousin Silas album Necropolis Line
, released on Earthrid).
More information is available on earthrid.com
, so please take a look.
July 22, 2008
Excellent creepy soundscapes
very enjoyable and creepy background sounds for reading horror especially Lovecraft/Cthulhu Mythos-related literature